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BRANDEIS NATIONAL COMMITTEE SOUTH MIAMI-DADE CHAPTER

THE BRANDEIS

Bulletin

FALL 2016 VOLUME 42

NO. 3

FALL SHOWCASE AND MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON

A Morning of Political Commentary with

Jim Defede

For a Much Anticipated Return Engagement

The Presidential race has heated up and it’s been a whirlwind campaign. Democrat, Republican – no one knows who our next President and Vice President will be. We are fortunate to have Jim Defede, a Brandeis favorite, for a return engagement this year to give us his insight and opinions on this most tumultuous of races. Jim Defede is the well-known investigative/political reporter with CBS News and host of the station’s Sunday morning program, Facing South Florida. Jim was a columnist for the Miami Herald for three years and before that was a reporter with the Miami New Times. Please join us for a fascinating look at the 2016 Presidential Campaign as only Jim Defede can explain it. It will be an exciting and thought provoking program. Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Temple Judea on US1 and Granada Blvd. Coffee & Conversation at 10:15 am The Fall Showcase 2016 program will be followed by a wonderful luncheon catered by Michael’s Catering. Net proceeds go to the BNC Scholarship Campaign at Brandeis University.

Please Note:

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Message from the Presidents September not only marks the beginning of a new semester and the beginning of our co-presidency, but also marks the launching of i-BRANDEIS, our South Miami-Dade Chapter of BNC’s very own WEBSITE. You will now be able to access the bulletin online, be informed about upcoming events, read exciting news and see photos of your favorite members. You will be amazed at how easily accessible and user friendly our web site is. However, you will also receive a mailed copy of the bulletin. We know that as you read this bulletin, you will agree that there are wonderful study groups planned for the fall semester. Once again, terrific Broadway Across America shows have been booked. Our community service projects are a worthy component of our activities. We look forward to seeing you at our Fall Showcase and future events and study groups, and hope that you will take advantage of all that our South Miami-Dade Chapter has to offer. Fran & Lili

Annual Dues There are several levels of Annual Dues: Annual $60.00 Gold $80.00 Platinum $125.00 Dual $100.00 for couples living at the same address Dues are payable to Brandeis National Committee on July 1st of each year.

Brandeis National Committee is dedicated to providing philanthropic support to Brandeis University, a distinguished liberal arts and research university founded by the American Jewish community. Its membership is connected to the university through fundraising and through activities that reflect the values on which the university was founded: academic excellence, social justice, nonsectarianism and service to the community. 2

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Brandeis Book and Author Luncheon Gratefully Yours, from Nazi Untermensch to a Patch in the Rose Garden by Rita Steinhardt Botwinick, Ph.D. Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 11:00 a.m. Temple Beth Am, 5950 S.W. 88th Street, Pinecrest, Florida Please join us for this very special Book and Author Luncheon. Dr. Rita Steinhardt Botwinick, one of our own Brandeis Book Club members, will discuss her historic memoir titled Gratefully Yours. Rita has been teaching European history at universities in Connecticut and Florida for over fifty years. The sixth edition of her Holocaust textbook will be published soon. Rita and her parents and one brother escaped from Nazi Germany in December 1939, in the last days before all exit doors were slammed shut. Only sixteen at the time, she had gone from a happy childhood to subhuman outcast in six short years. She tells the story with love and humor, as she and her family members courageously overcome every obstacle the Nazis put in their way. The author reminds us that the United States remains the blessed land of opportunity, and all of us should sign our letters to Uncle Sam with a flourish: “Gratefully Yours.� RSVP no later than Wednesday, November 2nd. Make checks payable to BNC. Mail checks to Sharon Rothberg, 6469 Sunset Drive, Miami FL 33143 Phone: 305-793-7754. All profits go to the BNC Scholarship Campaign at Brandeis University. Choose a category of donation: Supporter: $45 ($10 deductible); Builder: $55 ($20 deductible); Angel: $65 ($30 deductible). Name and Phone: ________________________________________________ Tablemates: ______________________

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Once again we are offering an opportunity for you to purchase tickets to several exciting Broadway shows. Broadway In Miami! The upcoming Broadway in Miami series at the Adrienne Arsht Center has won a combined total of 13 Tony Awards. DIRTY DANCING – The classic story on stage is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heartpounding music, passionate romance and sensational dancing. Orchestra seats on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016 at 2 p.m. AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – This hit musical about an American soldier, a mysterious French girl and an indomitable European city, each yearning for a new beginning after the war. This 2015 Tony award winner is a must see! Orchestra seats on Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016 at 8 p.m. BEAUTIFUL -THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL tells the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom. Along the way, she made more than beautiful music, she wrote the soundtrack of a generation. Orchestra seats on Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 8 p.m. THE KING AND I - Lincoln Center Theater’s acclaimed production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I won four Tony Awards in 2015. Orchestra seats on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 8 p.m. and limited seats on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 2 p.m.

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Broadway In Ft Lauderdale! SOMETHING ROTTEN From the director of Aladdin and the co-director of The Book of Morman, Something Rotten tells the hilarious story of two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. Upper Orchestra seats for $75 each for Sunday matinee performance at Broward Center for the Performing Arts on March 26, 2017.

How To Purchase Tickets All Tickets are $107 each Except $75 for Something Rotten Make checks out to BNC for the full amount of each show you want to see. You must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for each show purchased with your ticket order and checks. Send checks and self addressed stamped envelope for each show you want to see to: LOIS KAHN 90 Edgewater Drive Apartment 406 Coral Gables, FL 33133 Questions? 305 – 661-7366 or loiskahn@bellsouth.net Seats are assigned in the order that money is received.

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Past Presidents of the South-Miami Dade Chapter

Community Service Projects

Rewarding Opportunities For You!

THE LISTENER’S PROGRAM The goal of the Listener is to join the student’s world without judgment and listen carefully to what is said. The Listener’s role is to help build self esteem and empower the student to develop effective problem-solving skills. To become a Listener, you are required to participate in a training session, attend monthly in-service workshops, and spend 45 minutes a week listening to a child. Be a Listener—Make a Difference in a Child’s Life. Rene Brodsky 305-665-5842 or renebee4@gmail.com UNITED WAY’S VOLUNTEER READER’S PROGRAM United Way encourages all adults to read to young children and encourages a lifetime love for learning. To learn more about United Way’s Volunteer Reader’s Program or for tips on how to read to children, please join us at a school and read to a group of young children. Enrich their lives and open up their imagination with story reading. Judy Palgon 305-595-8363 or judithep2003@yahoo.com LOTUS HOUSE Lotus House is a shelter in Overtown for homeless women and children. We try to spend a few hours with the children there once a month on a Saturday doing an arts and crafts project, reading a story and providing cupcakes and drinks. Help us brighten the day for these youngsters! Shirley Glickman 305-256-2581 or sasy256@aol.com CELLPHONE RECYCLING Barbara Raduns is collecting old cell phones. She delivers them to the North Kendall Police Station where they are reprogrammed to alert “911” for the use and protection of battered women. Barbara Raduns 305-598-9538

Contribute to Book Fund! Community Service Projects

“Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill.” – Barbara Tuchman Honor the important people in your life and help Brandeis purchase books and journals for its libraries.

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$55 $35 $18 $10

Learned Research Journal Folio for Medical Research Learned Research Journal Tribute Card—Louis Brandeis Tribute Card

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Important Study Group Information!!!! In order for you to understand the registration policies regarding study groups, you are encouraged to read the following: 1. Refunds will NOT be given if you cannot attend a class. However, if the class is cancelled, you may elect to receive a refund or a credit. 2. If you notify the study group liaison a minimum of two weeks prior to the study group, you will receive a credit. This credit must be used within one year of the issue date. If you cancel less than two weeks prior to the study group, you will NOT receive a credit. 3. If you cannot attend a study group, it is imperative that you notify the liaison listed in the bulletin for that particular study group. You may NOT give your place to a friend. Do NOT contact the registrar—only the liaison. 4. Non-members may attend one study group (space permitting) as a paying guest. To take additional classes, they must join the Brandeis National Committee. 5. All study groups will begin promptly at designated times. 6. All credits for study groups will be sent to you via email. Make sure you open the email and print it; otherwise, you will lose it. 7. You may not use your study group credit for a ticketed event.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT Study group registration and membership are two different procedures. Separate checks must be made out for each. Please include telephone number and purpose of each check. STUDY GROUP checks are to be made out to BNC and mailed to: Sheila Berke, Registrar, 13420 SW 98th Court, Miami, FL 33176. NEW MEMBER checks are to be sent to: Judie Brown, 7925 SW 135th Street, Miami, FL 33156 IDEAS and SUGGESTIONS ARE WELCOMED The Study Group Committee wants your ideas and suggestions. Please contact a member of the committee. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY… In a hurricane or other community-wide disaster, the policy of the South MiamiDade chapter of BNC will be to reschedule activities and study groups when the public schools have canceled classes (BNC activities will not be held and will be rescheduled).

Thank you…

For your continued support of our outstanding Study Groups. Your support is vital to the success of our chapter.

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FALL 2016 STUDY GROUPS

1 Seeing Cinema ... Coming Attractions

WARNING!!!! This class on developing cinematic literacy might possibly expand your consciousness and appreciation for the artistry of film! Dr. Richard Kramer, a graduate of NYU’s prestigious film school, has been leading these classes for over 15 years with great success. If you want to understand the magic of cinema at a deeper level, please join in and SEE what Dr. Kramer is up to in his film presentations! Dates: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Friday, September 9, 2016……….Concussion Friday, October 14, 2016…………The Two Faces of January Friday, November 11, 2016……..Nightcrawler 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Home of Richard Kramer, 8505 SW 80th Place, Miami Three sessions for $40.00 or $16.00 per session Beverly Lefcourt 305-596-3864 or blefcourt@bellsouth.net

2 The Art of the Short Story

Join us for the very popular short story series. In The Art of the Short Story, editors Dana Gioia and R.S.Gwynn present each story followed by the author’s perspective, making the writer’s own words a good place to begin our always interesting and informative discussions. A paperback edition 2005 or 2006 is available. Limited to 28 participants. Dates: Thursday, October 6, 2016 “The Swimmer” by John Cheever Monday, December 5, 2016 “American” by Zora Neale Hurston Tuesday, January 10, 2017 “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald Time: 10:00 a.m. Place: Temple Beth Am Reading Room, 5950 North Kendall Drive, Miami Fee: 3 sessions for $40.00 or $16.00 per session Liaison: Judie Brown 305-235-7760 or judieb35@gmail.com

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Frank Cooper: A Miami Treasure

The Miami Herald has referred to Professor Frank Cooper, an esteemed musician, teacher, writer, lecturer, and performer, as “South Florida’s cultural maven”. Prof. Cooper’s desire is to share his love of music and his belief in its healing qualities. He has enjoyed an award-winning career, receiving along with Vladimir Horowitz and Leonard Bernstein, the prestigious Liszt Centennial Medal from the Hungarian Ministry of Culture. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a most informative lecture by UM’s own Professor Frank Cooper. Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 10:00 a.m. Bet Shira Congregation Chapel, 7500 SW 120th Street, Miami $16.00 Iris Salzberg 305-233-6377 or irissalzberg@gmail.com

4 Fun With Yiddish

Many of you will say that you first heard Yiddish at home when your parents spoke it so you wouldn’t know what they were saying. Let’s get together and have some fun with what we remember of our mamaloshen (mother tongue). Lorraine Feuer has generously agreed to facilitate this study group yet again (by popular demand). Lorraine also facilitates a “Fun with Yiddish” group at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, OLLI, at the University of Miami. Participation is limited to 12, so sign up quickly. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Thursday, October 27, 2016 10:00 a.m. Home of Lorraine Feuer, 8721 SW 86th Court, Miami $16.00 Beverly Lefcourt 305-596-3864 or blefcourt@bellsouth.net

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Play With Your Food Again!

Are you a master chef or a food critic? Take your choice: volunteer to prepare your own favorite holiday recipe in both its traditional form and its more healthful version, or join our panel of judges. Or do both! The original recipes will be modified by Monica Auslander, MS, RD, LD/N, registered dietician extraordinaire and founder of Essence Nutrition.*Both versions of our gourmet creations will be presented for a blind tasting. Enrollment limited. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Thursday, November 3, 2016 11:00 a.m. Temple Beth Am Adult Reading Room, 5950 North Kendall Drive, Miami $16.00 Bobbi Lichtiger 305-444-3458 or bltiger7@gmail.com

*To see Monica highlighted in the July edition of Redbook, click here http://www.redbookmag.com/food-recipes/a45226/calorie-saving-foodhacks/?mag=rbk&list=nl_rnl_news&src=nl&date=072416

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Are You Safe?

Do you fear for your safety? Do reports from the media put you on edge? Join us at a presentation from the Miami-Dade Police Department on personal safety. Learn the do’s and don’ts when you are at the mall, walking around, driving home or in your own driveway. We’ll have an opportunity to address other safety concerns in our daily lives, as well. This is an experience not to be missed.

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Date: Monday, November 7, 2016 Time: 10:30 a.m. Place: Bet Shira Congregation Chapel, 7500 SW 120th Street, Miami Fee: $16.00 Liaison: Bunny Lieberman 305-595-1735 or bunnymiami@aol.com

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Rabbi Cheryl Weiner: Transitions and Transformations

We can all look back on the many changes we’ve made in our lives, and know that there will probably be others. Our guest speaker is Rabbi Cheryl Weiner, a Vice President of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and Director of its Visiting the Sick Training Program. She will be speaking on those changes and how they are affecting our way of seeing the world as well as how we can manifest our hopes, dreams and aspirations for a fulfilling future. Join us for an exciting morning of possibilities. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

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Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:00 a.m. Home of Marilyn Milstein 7815 SW 102nd Place, Miami $16.00 Marilyn Milstein 305-279-8838 or msmarmils@aol.com

A Poetry Soiree – Revisited

Poetry Poetry

Barbara Davis will provide the setting for us as we celebrate all things poetic with Tere Starr, a published poet and member of our chapter. Bring your favorite poems to share as we explore poetry’s power. We’ll discuss what poetry has meant throughout the ages and how it enhances our lives. A poet has a way of seeing through the layers of the world; through discussion and writing exercises we will gain insight into that world. Tere is the president of Miami’s chapter of the Florida State Poets Association. She is also the founding member of the Poets Soiree at the Pinecrest Library, a monthly meeting for poets and all who love the written word. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 10:15 a.m. Home of Barbara Davis, 8055 SW 92nd Street, Miami $16.00 Barbara Davis 305-279-0251 or barbara@davises.us

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Explore 10,000 Years of History in Your Own Backyard

Did you know that in 1930 Bill Matheson and son Hugh donated 85 acres of tropical hardwood hammock forest off Old Cutler Road to Dade County? Eighty-six years later, we have an opportunity to visit the Hammock with an environmental professor and expert from History Miami Museum, Ingrid Argueta, who will reveal the secrets of what was to be a botanical garden. We’re on the hunt for terrestrial and marine habitats on this outing, examining the ways humans survived in this region for more than 10,000 years. We’re sure to gain a better understanding of the area’s history, ecosystem and environmental conservation efforts. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Wednesday, November16, 2016 10:30 a.m. Matheson Hammock, 9610 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables $20.00 Joan Wolf 305-253-9088 or wolfmomma9@gmail.com

Bring sunhats, sneakers, fanny packs and water.

10 Million Dollar Quartet

Million Dollar Quartet is the high voltage Tony award-winning Broadway musical inspired by the famous photo and phenomenal true story of the famed recording session that brought together rock ‘n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time in their careers. On December 4, 1956, these four young musicians gathered at Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever. Million Dollar Quartet brings the legendary night to life, featuring a score of rock hits including “Blue Suede Shoes”, “Sixteen Tons”, “Great Balls of Fire”, “Hound Dog” and more. Payment due by October 15, 2016. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

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Thursday, November 17, 2016 8:00 p.m. Actors Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables $50.00 per ticket Susan Price 305-596-7340 or mayziesue@gmail.com

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Who Runs The Girls?

Did you know “Miami is a hub for human trafficking” (CNN.com) or that Miami is one of the “top cities in the US” (lawstreetmedia.com) for this form of slavery? Don’t miss this special study group presentation which will feature our own Linda Robinson and panelists selected from the FBI, Homeland Security, the MiamiDade State Attorney’s Office, and victims of this horrendous crime. You will learn how to identify human trafficking and possibly help save a life.

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Thursday, December 8, 2016 7:00 p.m. Place: TBA $16.00 Bobbi Lichtiger 305-444-3458 or bltiger7@gmail.com

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The Art Dealer (L’antiquaire)

A breathtaking 18th century painting on a crumbling wall ignites a noirish mystery and inspires one woman to delve into family secrets, long-buried memories and perhaps even WWII-era government cover-ups. Dashing around Paris in her trench coat and fedora, Esther whispers in dark rooms and forges signatures in her journey to recover family paintings presumably stolen by Nazis. This movie was directed by Francois Margolin (The Flight of the Red Balloon) and stars Anna Sigalevitch, best known for her work in The Piano Teacher. Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth Am Auditorium, 5950 N. Kendall Drive, Miami $16.00 Gail Tescher 305-442-6493 or teshexec@aol.com

An Architectural Phenom Beckons

Decades in the making, a lone émigré’s secret construction, Coral Castle, became Miami’s treasure, and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Castle’s history, no longer mysterious, is a wonder of imagination, strength and perseverance on the part of creator, Edward Leedskalnin. What drove him? How did he lift tons of oolite boulders without aid? Our tour of the site, led by a professional guide, takes us back to the 1920’s when the master builder began his monumental efforts. The history is as fascinating as the construction. Startling, educational and fun! Join us.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016 10:30 a.m. Coral Castle Museum, 28655 S. Dixie Highway, Miami $20.00 Susan Price 305-596-7340 or mayziesue@gmail.com The Brandeis Bulletin Fall 2016

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14 The Real CSI

Have you ever wondered how a crime scene is really investigated? Pati Myers Gross, a crime scene technician and a law enforcement officer with the St. Petersburg, Florida police department since 1978, will provide an overview of proper crime scene processing. She will enlighten us about the searching, videotaping, photographing, diagramming, evidence collecting, finger printing, report writing and court requirements. You might be committing a crime if you miss this study group! Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

Friday, January 13, 2017 10:00 a.m. Home of Barbara Myers, 13805 SW 74th Court, Miami $16.00 Phyllis Walker 305-253-4662 or physid@bellsouth.net

15 Aquarius: The Underwater Lab

Join us on an imaginary trip to Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only operating underwater research laboratory. Scientists there are at the cutting edge of research on coral reefs, ocean acidification, climate change and the overall health of the ocean. Learn about the study of marine ecosystems worldwide, how specialized divers and astronauts are trained here and what techniques are used to enable these divers and astronauts to spend as much as two weeks in the underwater lab. Amazingly, the Reef Base is four miles off shore of Key Largo, right in our own backyard! Date: Time: Place: Fee: Liaison:

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017 10:00 a.m. Temple Beth Am Social Hall, 5950 North Kendall Drive, Miami $16.00 Bunny Lieberman 305-595-1735 or bunnymiami@aol.com

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Study Group Registration Group for Fall 2016

 1. $40 for 3 sessions, OR

$16 per session – circle 9/9, 10/14, 11/11

 2. $40 for 3 sessions, OR

$16 per session – circle 10/6, 12/5, 1/10

 3. $16.00  4. $16.00  5. $16.00  6. $16.00  7. $16.00  8. $16.00

 9. $20.00  10. $50.00 per ticket

Evening Event

 11. $16.00

Evening Event

 12. $16.00

Evening Event

 13. $20.00  14. $16.00  15. $16.00  Book Club

$120 per year Indicate #1, #2, or #3

Please Note: These are non-refundable unless class is cancelled NAME: _______________________________________________________________ HOME PHONE:______________________CELL PHONE:______________________ E-MAIL ________________________________________________________________

Please make checks payable to: BRANDEIS NATIONAL COMMITTEE or BNC Send form and fee to: Sheila Berke, Registrar 13420 SW 98 Court Miami, FL 33176 NOTE: Paid-up membership in Brandeis National Committee is required for Study Group Registration. To become a NEW member send dues of $60 (tax deductible) addressed to: Judie Brown, 7925 SW 135 Street, Miami, FL 33156 YOUR MEMBERSHIP CHECK AND YOUR STUDY GROUPS CHECK MUST BE WRITTEN SEPARATELY

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Past Presidents of the South-Miami Dade Chapter

Past Presidents of the South-Miami Dade Chapter 1977-80 Marlene Kohn 1996-1998 1980-82 Valerie Katz 1998-2000 1982-84 Bobbie Cohen 2000-2001 1984-86 Sharon Rothberg 2001-2003 1986-88 Phyllis Teitelbaum 2003-2004 1988-90 Joanne Sumberg 1990-93 Dale Moses 1993-94 Judie Brown 2004-2007 & Susan Jay 1994-96 Judie Brown 2007-2009 2009-2012 2012-2016

Leadership Council* Linda Zahler Leadership Council* Marilyn Caplin Edith Einspruch, Leslie Genauer, Marianna Green & Shelley Hornik Shelley Hornik Harriet Finver Iris Salzberg Lois Kahn

Council*

Jackie Brant, Phyllis Goldstein, Joyce Keusch, Ruth Leshaw and Linda Zahler

Cabinet*

Jackie Brant, Marilyn Caplin, Leslie Genauer, Marianna Green, Susan Jay, Shelley Hornik, Adrienne Katz, Ruth Leshaw, Veronica Matzner, Martha Moses

Characterized by academic excellence, Brandeis University, founded in 1948 by the American Jewish community, is a private co-educational, and non-sectarian institution of higher learning and research, enrolling approximately 3,100 undergraduate students and 1,200 graduate students.

Past Presidents of the South-Miami Dade Chapter

Our South Miami Dade Brandeis Chapter continues to grow and we need buddies for new members!

If you are willing to become a buddy and welcome a new member with a phone call, please contact Shelley Hornik at 305-662-4184/ shelley1116@aol.com. Leave your name, phone number, & email address. You’ll be contacted when your services are needed!

Thank You for your assistance!!!

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To Help Me Remember

I signed up for these Study Groups:

 1. Seeing Cinema – Fridays  2. Art. Of the Short Story  3. Frank Cooper  4 Fun with Yiddish  5 Play with Food  6 Are You Safe?  7. Rabbi Cheryl Weiner  8. Poetry Soiree  9. Explore 10,000 Years of History  10. Million Dollar Quartet  11. Who Runs the Girls  12. The Art Dealer  13. An Architectural Phenom Beckons  14. The Real CSI  15. Aquarius, the Underwater Lab

9/9, 10/14, 11/11 10/6, 12/5, 1/10/17 10/26 10/27 11/3 11/7 11/10 11/15 11/16 11/17 12/8 12/13 12/14 1/13/17 1/18/17

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BNC-South Miami-Dade Board 2016-2017 Co-Presidents Fran Gross 786-238-7132

Lili Poms 305-274-3451 V.P. Membership Shelley Hornik 305-662-4184 Assistants Bunny Lieberman, Myra Silverstein, Marilyn Sopka V.P. Community Service Judy Palgon 305-595-8363 Listeners Rene Brodsky 305-665-5842 Readers/United Way Judy Palgon 305-595-8363 Lotus House Shirley Glickman 305-256-2581 Cell Phone Recycling Barbara Raduns 305-598-9538 V.P.s Study Groups Bobbi Lichtiger 305-444-3458 Susan Price 305-596-7340 Gail Tescher 305-442-6493 Committee Janet Bass, Molle Grad, Beverly Lefcourt, Phyllis Walker Bunny Lieberman, Iris Salzberg, Phyllis Walker Study Group Registrar Sheila Berke 305-238-2617 Assistant Debbie Silverman Secretaries Recording Jane Dolkart 305-669-6008 Financial Judie Brown 305-235-7760 Assistant Sheila Berke Corresponding Janet Bass 305-253-3250 Treasurer Rene Brodsky 305-665-5842 Parliamentarian Sally Perlman 305-271-7009 Showcase Barbara Bulbin 305-274-0206 Committee Sandy Alperin, Maddy Brand, Harriet Brookman, Elaine Funk, Carla Gordon, Jackie Leone, Adrienne Nabutovsky, Glenda Weiss Program Joanne Levite 305-444-9336 Committee Ossie Hanauer, Linda Kaufman Book Fund Debbie Rosenkranz 305-663-1549 Assistant Edy Cannon Installation Luncheon Bobbie Cohen 305-232-2280 Gail Margol 305-299-7880 Phyllis Sandrow 305-595-2291 iBrandeis Networking Naomi Honig 305-854-8461 Linda Kirschenberg 786-732-2660 Bulletin Bobbi Lichtiger 305-444-3458 Gail Tescher 305-442-6493 Link to Our Past Myra Silverstein 305-443-0170 Up to the Minute Judie Brown 305-235-7760 Book Sale Rene Brodsky 305-665-5842 Assistants Karen Kett,Myrna Wheatman, Linda Zahler Book and Author Sharon Glick 305-274-4144 Sharon Rothberg 305-665-4227 Special Event Leslie Genauer 305-666-0929 Dale Moses 305-860-6004 Publicity Edith Einspruch 305-667-9925 Nominating Committee Co-Chairmen Caryl Grof 305-595-1719 Judy Zucker 305-238-6962 Committee Sandy Alperin, Harriet Brookman, Naomi Honig Alternates Janie Emerson, Sharon Rothberg

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